The Raid: Redemption
Rama, a member of a special forces team, arrives at a rundown apartment block with a mission to remove its owner, a notorious drug lord. The building has become a sanctuary to killers, gangs, rapists... View more >
strong brutal bloody violence throughout, and language
Starring Iko Uwais, Doni Alamsyah, Joe Taslim... View more >
aka Serbuan maut
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"The Raid: Redemption" is a movie that is more concern about the body count rather than about the plot which it isn't bad. A group of Swat officers raided a 15 story building which is run by a drug lord. It could've been a good movie if not for the endless graphic violence that went along with the movie. The violence in the movie has saddened me. A few years ago i sat though "Machete," althought it was very violent, I had fun with the movie. Not so with Raid. I st though the move and I got lots of graphic violence. If they tone down the violence, I would have like the movie a little more.
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